Multi-Purpose Fans: Enermax Presents New APS Function
Hamburg, 20th of February 2013 - Depending on the particular system environment, end users need case fans with different settings. While for a silent PC, a low-speed fan with minimum noise generation is the best choice, a high-performance workstation requires a powerful fan with higher RPM to keep the system temperature low.
On CeBIT, Enermax presents a series of multi-purpose fans with adjustable speed range. The new Twister bearing fans offer three different RPM modes that can be selected with a small switch at the fan hub. That way, users can flexibly adapt the Enermax fans for various applications. For example, the new Cluster Advanced 12cm version runs with either 500 to 1200, 500 to 1500 or 500 to 1800 RPM.
In sum, the manufacturer plans to launch five different models with the innovative "Adjustable Peak Speed" (APS) function. After choosing the particular RPM range, the speed is regulated automatically by pulse-width modulation (PWM) or an integrated thermal sensor.
Premiere of the Second Liquid Cooler Generation
Apart from the APS function fans, Enermax will introduce the first prototype of the next liquid cooler generation and show two limited editions of the best-selling ETS-T40 CPU cooler.
Various Attractions for Visitors
As usual, the Enermax booth is located in the public area of the CeBIT (hall 17, H20), so that partners as well as end users have the chance to meet with representatives of the premium-grade brand. Apart from product premieres, the manufacturer has prepared several attractions for visitors.
COMMUNITY'S GAMING MACHINE
A gaming rig with a total value of 2,500 Euro is the main prize of the big Enermax CeBIT contest. The particular components of the system have been selected by the Facebook community of the premium manufacturer. The >> final configuration includes high-performance hardware from Enermax, ASUS and Kingston. If you like to participate, visit the Enermax booth for further information.
The Enermax CeBIT Mod
German Modder "Lalime JO" has just finished the work at his spectacular CeBIT project for Enermax. He has transformed the popular Ostrog midi tower into an oversized Enermax logo. No doubt, this case mod should be on your must-see list for the upcoming CeBIT show. At >> Facebook you can see photos from the building phase.
Enermax Technology Corporation was founded in Taiwan in 1990 and is a globally renowned manufacturer of PC components such as power supplies, PC cases, cooling products, keyboards, enclosures and other peripherals. Since almost 20 years Enermax plays a leading role as an innovator in PSU market. Enermax products are well known for their innovative technology, high quality and safety, best performance and unique design. The company possesses its own research and development centre as well as two factories. Subsidiaries and numerous affiliates around the world provide an excellent network for OEM/ODM and retail business. Enermax subsidiary in Hamburg coordinates major European markets.